BYBE recently ran an online design competition and asked users to tell us what they liked or disliked about our website, was kind enough to tell us that they liked the site however they could see several problems in regards of HTML validation! Eek! Not something we want to hear after all we are a website design company and should be leading by example!
Sadly most Website Designers and SEO’ers worry far too much about on-page SEO optimisation, they seem to be stuck in this SEO mind-set dating back many years ago when search engines worked out how relevant content was by working out the keyword density of the page, among other things. Webmasters soon abused the keyword algorithm and Google among other search engines improved their algorithm which started to , and not forgetting the legendary .
WordPress is the most popular content management system ever released! It powers over 25 million self-hosted websites as of April 2015 and on average each website will use around 17 plugins. The has thousands of plugins to choose from and is a daunting task for WordPress beginners, so what should a beginner look for when downloading a WP plugin?
On December the 10th 2008 WordPress released which bought us many enhancements. One of those enhancements included comment threading (also known as ).
Hey! Fellow website designers!
There are a lot of website designers that disapprove of designers using anything they haven’t created themselves, almost like an underlying elitism attitude towards it. While building a website using your own artwork, your own framework and everything else is a good thing it’s not necessary the best thing for your customer, because at the end of the day that’s who matters. You can use market places for applications, templates and art work whenever it makes sense too, don’t be embarrassed by it, even the best of designers occasionally take shortcuts, also these sites are awesome for inspiration and ideas, don’t be scared to take someone’s idea and improve it, and make it your own. Also, at some point you could even start up selling your own work online.
A list of free responsive frameworks released on a range of licenses, from open source to MIT. Please note that these frameworks other than Bootstrap and Zurb foundation are in no particular order for the time being.